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. why should the zionist regime establish a red line for the united states government's policy with iran. who are these people. please, someone tell me who these people are. >> rose: it's not the issue they are establishing for the united states government, it's the issue they may have for themselves. and why do you continue and every conversation to refer to them as a zionist regime rather than the state of israel? >> well, not you personally but does the united states government, would they accept iran establishing a red line for the zionist regime. >> rose: meaning -- >> there would be yelling and screaming and that would just fill the world. so what does that mean? one country should establish a red line for another country? what does that mean? i don't understand this. >> rose: one thing it means is that israel believes, because of the things that you have said about them, that you want to destroy them. that if you have nuclear weapons, they believe that you might either use them or they will fall into the hands of someone else. that is the fear they have because of the rhetoric and
, specifically al qaeda on the afghan/pakistan border, also in yemen. i think the united states government obviously wants to do the right thing here and is intending to do that but it's a very difficult situation where in effect the libyan government and the united states are operating in a lawless environment in libya itself. >> okay. so then the libyan national congress told us a couple of weeks ago that they had 50 people in custody that they were asking questions, they were investigating and then we never heard a word after that. should we expect to hear a word? should we expect to ever have follow up on that? or is this the kind of process where we are on a need-to-know basis and we are not supposed to know what's going on? in fact, there's so many diplomatic sensitivity here, it would be damaging if we knew what's going on. >> i don't think that's the case at all. the united states government and the american people have a right to know what happened in benz and those answers have to come from libya. also of course from those vetting this attack. but i think, ashleigh, this whole si
mcveigh, you can find that in the unabomber's writing, this becomes the united states government. and i don't think anybody would have any fault with that one, would they now? no, we can actually see the seven-headed dragon: one head being the atf, the fbi, the justice department, you know, the irs. yeah, that's right up there; that's the antichrist. this is the way it's going- the government, it becomes the antichrist. armageddon, then, is not a plain in israel- you know, koresh literally took it to texas- but it's right here. the united states is armageddon; this is where the mother of all battles is going to take place. babylon, the whore, the harlot of babylon in revelation- if you haven't looked at the book, you kind of have to go back and look at some of these images- but that's corrupt, materialistic, secular humanism, multiculturalism, globalism, the whole mishmash that says everybody belongs. uh - uh. only good christians in that interpretation, but people who believe in the american way belong. you know, you get that feeling in militia groups. the messiah doesn't tend to be a
. >> september 17th the state department. >> does the united states government regard what happened in benghazi as an act of terror? >> again, i'm not going to put labels on this until we have a complete investigation. okay? i don't think we know enough. >> from my experience. former obama spokesman. >> first reports incredibly have information that information that may be misunderstood. >> they panicked. >> former white house chief of staff john sununu is senior advisor to mitt romney's campaign. >> this is purely political reaction in a white house that had prepared itself to establish a narrative of a president getting rid of the threat of terrorism using the death of bin laden to focus that and waking up one morning and finding out that terrorism on 9/11 of this year was back full-fledged killed a u.s. ambassador. >> i don't see a political agenda here. i see the fog of war. it's not about politics. it's about the difficult task of reconstructing what happened. >> september 18th. >> did the administration have any sort of heads up that violence was increasing in libya before the attack? >>
states government i think working with israel that the united states government developed a computer worm that went into the nuclear process facilities in iran and disrupted the centrifuges. >> host: so it was developed by the u.s. government? >> guest: yes according to the reporting. >> host: what was its purpose? was at a defense mechanism by the defense department? >> guest: no, it was a purely preemptive effort to slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> host: you mention charlie miller and mr. miller is in st. louis and he joins us today on "the communicators." mr. miller, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> guest: in that particular case it was for a concept like robert mentioned. they had hackers across the world and they had various devices. if you break into a device you can wind some cash in the device also. i won the contest a few times. earlier my career was more about showing things like iphones or you know, apple software were vulnerable because it really was an believe that it was but now it's just -- i have shown vulnerabilities in the ipho
, and in that case the united states government -- i think working with israel -- but the united states government developed a computer worm that went into the nuclear processing facilities in iran and disrupted centrifuges. >> host: so it was developed by the u.s. government? >> guest: yes. according to some reporting by "the new york times." >> host: and what was its purpose? was it a defense mechanism? was it the defense department? >> guest: no. it was purely a offensive, preemptive effort the slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> host: well, you mentioned charlie miller, and mr. miller is in st. louis, and he joins us today on "the communicators." mr. miller, what was your, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> guest: well, in that particular case it was for a contest, like robert mentioned. they have this contest every year, hackers across the world enter it, and they have various devices. if you can break into the devices, you win some cash and the device itself. so that was my goal. i won that contest a few times. earlier in my career it was more about sho
that the united states government is following an international policy of bullying. i do believe the system of empires has reached the end of the road. i like to call him mahmoud nut job. he holds a position in government that says the holocaust didn't happen. this is person who publicly says that he wants to wipe israel off the map. if those statements are made by even a filmmaker or columnist you would think that is pretty outrageous but to be made by a head 6 state that its provocation and a declaration of intention of war. if you wonder why so many of us hold in contempt the united nations, it's because they would allow some absolute loon to be given a platform. why do we spend billions of dollars to support a forum to give a microphone that comes and insults the intelligence and sensibilities of all decent nations on earth by openingly saying he wants to destroy another country. >>> israel's prime minister netanyahu knows what iran's diabolical leaders' intentions are about. he had a warning when he spoke on thursday. >> where should a red line be drawn? a red line should be drawn righ
officer in the united states government. i have the statement right here. what i believe it does it attempts to give the administration some cover for their initial comments and then concludes what we saw in libya wasn't terrorism. there is a problem here. when you read the statement is what you see is the administration assessments of libya went way beyond what is in the document specifically the statements of susan rice that spun the story that was hijacked by extremists and then launched an assault. we're going to look back on the period and original reporting as really changing the dialogue publicly about this attack. we reported a day after the assault based on an interview with the head of the house intelligence committee in was premeditated commando style attack. then with my colleagues pamela brown, on the 17th after the ambassador wrote his comments, we reported there was no demonstration at consulate when the attack happened. then my colleague bret baier was the first to report that a guantanamo detainees was suspected of having a role into that attack. you make a good
states government. >> oh with the united states. i can't speak for the united states government, but with regard objectivity no, we're not necessarily objective. i think we look at the syrian situation emotionally an an let chi. i think if you look at from an analytical perspective you see an economy that is an the last leg. you see rampant defections, you see sectors across society standing up against the assad regime. i think this speaks more an analytically to the event yule collapse. >> all i would is say is the regime is not it's a question of if the regime will fall. the regime will fall for sure. and the question is, what will the cost be? i think that is more perhaps where you should be asking and looking. will it be at the cost of the entire catastrophe direction of destruction of the country reducing it to the stone i age. will there be enough for us to rebuild. this is what the project seeks to do. those who are trying to continue and rebuild syria with the necessary tools with the information and recommendations along withmany, many other people who are working in si
with the united states government. more than 800,000 drug orders were placed by government agencies since 2007. together they produce hundreds of thousands of medication doses and now both have shut down their operations. the massachusetts didn't of health says there isn't any direct relationship to it but the one thing it exposes is the incredible lack of oversight of compound pharmacies which can put the public at unnecessary risk as we saw here. we're going to continue to push the state department and fda to try to get you some answers. >> as you know, there's barely three weeks left to the presidential election. the next debate will be tuesday night. i'll be watching. i'm sure you will as well. i want to hear what mitt romney says about his hello health care plan. he wants to keep some ideas. >> you obviously studied up on my plan. in fact, i do have a plan that deals with people of pre-existing conditions. that's part of my health care plan. >> listening to that he wants to mang sure everyone is guaranteed the right to purchase coverage no matter what. here's how he explained things on th
it to the united states government during world war ii, and so he was dn he had one of the greatest collection of coins and stamps. he really made a mark for himself. yeah? >> one of the things that strikes me about the guilded age and the wealth is that there were a lot of wealthy people who believed in giving back to society like app drew carnegie. did she donate money to public service? >> she never did it publicly. she would dismiss any suggestion that she had, but then her son said and others had said, that there were -- there were plenty of places she gave to or people she gave to. she never wanted it known. she felt she was hounded for her money, constantly getting letters besieging her. she tried to keep it as quiet as possible, and there's no proof. there's no proof. because other people said it at the time -- she had a very close friend who lived in the neighborhood here who was a catholic, great catholic my philanthropist, but that's how generous she was, and i think she got hetty to give money to the church, yeah, yeah. >> how hard was it to research? >> well, it was difficult beca
in the united states. >> and what government should do to help people, particularly in a distressed economy, what the limits of that are before you start infringing on personal freedom. >> that's exactly right. this is a huge, huge question that informs almost every aspect of the nation's history and every decade has an example of it, but we've got to go back and find the balance, i think, in the discussion and history is a good ally, we do not see government as all bad and do not see it as all good. in that tension and balance has been the most spectacular history our government has been a force for good from the emancipation pro clamation and land grant college and homestead act and trans continental railroad and minimum wage and social security and gi bill, interstate highway, man on the moon. this is not a bad track record for something painted as one of the villains of all times. you don't want to give that government a cart blanche, you want to center this activity. that's what we've lost sight of. and the media is responsible too because we like the fight. we like the blood, if it bl
>>> welcome to "this week in defense news." i'm vago muradian. the association of the united states army's annual meeting kicks off this week amid pressure to slash spending on conferences. we'll talk about the impact of tighter government travel and conference rules. plus, a look at a compact new realtime facial recognition system that troops can use on the move. but first, the pentagon's new cyber strategy unveiled this month by defense secretary leon panetta makes it clear the u.s. military will take preemptive action if it detects a potential cyber attack that would kill americans or devastate american infrastructure. the aim is to make the threat of counterattack a powerful deterrent. is this the right cyber strategy for america? here with answers is irving la- chow the director of the program on u.s. national security in the information age at the the cent for new american security. irving welcome to the program. >> thank you very much. >> what's the importance of this statement especially at this time? >> i think secretary panetta had two goals in mind in issuing the statemen
around the united states government, including the united nations, to susan rice, to the white house. there's not a chance that the cia would withhold this information from the white house or probably the united nations, our office in the united nations, either. it's just the way it works. it's a system. it's almost mechanical. it's hard to short-circuit. in addition, the cia director would be calling the white house and videoconferences, calling the national security council. i have never seen an attack on the united states that was not immediately reported to the white house. >> but you say it's amateur hour to allow ambassador rice to be sent out with the limited information and to say what she said, why? >> well, somebody dropped the ball. i mean, those situation reports should have been going to her office in new york. she should have been stopped from taking, you know, saying what she did. it's a true blunder in a case like this, as we've seen. you know, who did not get her the paper. if she did get the paper and still went out on the talk shows and said it was a demonstration,
with the united states government and military. they are demanding the united states take better preventive measures. the u.s. ambassador to japan says the u.s. military is committed to cooperating fully with the japanese investigation. >>> turning our attention to the race for the white house, mitt romney and president obama will both campaign in new york today. yesterday the candidates focused on women. >> mitt romney told supporters in virginia that women have been particularly hit hard by this economy. president obama told his supporters he doesn't need a binder full of resumes to find qualified women for his staff. tara mergener have more. >> reporter: they will be sporting black coats and white ties at a charity dinner in new york tonight. it's a chance for the candidateses to have fun and tell bad jokes like this one from president obama during the last election. >> i do love the waldorf astoria. i hear that from the doorstep you can see all the way to the russian tea room. >> reporter: but the jokes are decidedly less friendly on the campaign trail as both men battle for every vote
.s. government, i think working with israel, but the united states government to felt -- the u.s. government develop a computer warned that went into the nuclear processing facilities in iran and disrupted those computers. >> it was developed by the u.s. government? >> yes, according to reporters. them what was its purpose? was it a defense mechanism, the defense department? >> no, it was a purely offensive, pre-emptive effort to slow the nuclear weapons processing capability of iran. >> you mentioned a charlie miller, and mr. miller is in st. louis, joining us today. mr. miller, what was your goal in breaking into the iphone? >> well, and the particular case, it was for a contest, like robert mentioned. they have this contest every year. hackers across the world enter it. they have various devices. if you break into the devices, you win some cash it and devices also. i want contests earlier in my career. it was more about showing things like the iphone or desktops running apple software are vulnerable, because it was not really believed it was. now it is just i have shown vulnerabilities in
intelligence, a person who is a top intelligence officer in the united states government and i have the statement right here. and what i believe it does, seems to give them a coverup for the initial comments and conclude that what we saw in libya was in fact terrorism. the problem here, what you see is that the administration's assessments of libya went way beyond what's in that document, specifically the statements of ambassador susan rice who spun the story this was an administration that was hijacked by extremists and then they launched the assault. and i think we're going to look back on this period and see the original enterprise reporting by fox news channel as really changing the dialog publicly, about this attack. we reported a day after the assault, based on an interview out of the house intelligence committee, that this was a pre-meditated commando steel attack and along with my producer pamela brown on the 17th day after ambassador rice's comments, there were know he demonstrations at the consulate when it happened and bret baier was the first to say a guantanamo bay deta
understood that the united states government is following an international policy of bullying, i believe the system of empires has reached the end of the road. >> i like to call him mammoud am-nut job. this is a person who says the holocaust didn't happen and publicly says he wants to wipe israel off the map. now, if those statements are made by even a film maker or a columnist, you'd think that that's pretty outrageous. to be made by a head of state? this is beyond the level of outrageous, then is becomes a provocation, a provocation and a declaration of intention of war. if you wonder why so many of us hold in contempt the united nations, it's because they would allow some absolute loon like ahmadinejad to be given a platform at that location. why on god's earth do we continue to spend upward of 10 billion dollars to support a forum to give a microphone to somebody who comes and insults the intelligence and the senseabilities and the civility of all decent nations on earth, by openly satisfying he actually wants to destroy another country. well, israel's prime minister netanyahu knows
? whether their private contractors or united states government forces, when it to abide by but the libyans want us to do. when you are not allowed to use private security, we have to make up with that in some other way. we cannot do that with host nation of forces. the libyans wanted to support us, but the lack the capability. and that means that these 30 than relies on the united states government to provide that level of security. was a significant level but was required. host: the washington post review as lawmakers visiting have said libyan government has provided almost no information -- guest: . libya is a country in turmoil, under dictatorship for decades. it is to went through a terrible civil war revolution but is still unsettled. they do not have the government institutions in place. they are trying to mill them from scratch. we are still trying to figure brought who is a friend and who is folk. this is a country and revolution. a very dynamic environment. i would not be surprised if libya, it is not a priority for libya. i am not surprised that they do not have the capabilities
? this was the concept that george kennan, himself, more than any other individual within the united states government worked # out in the period between 1945 and 1946. he's still relatively obscure foreign service officer serving in the embassy in moscow, is brought back to set up the curriculum at the newton national bar college, and then, of course, of the two critical years, works out a scheme, which came to be known as the strategy of containment which operated on the proposition that time was on the side of the west. where marx said of capitalism that it contains so many internal contradictions that it eventually destroys itself, kennan flipped marx on his head saying it's true of the soviet system. communism ideology does not fit russian national character, and in time, the russian people will, themselves, overthrow communism. whether that will happen as a revolution coming up from below or whether it will happen as a result of a leader realizing from above that communism does not fit russian culture, kennan was not sure. he was not sure how long this would take. sometimes he said 15 years; som
, if they -- and in return, we give them $8 million worth of money, which the united states government doesn't have that we borrowed from the chinese to give it to them. big board, if they were a for-profit entity, could still what they do for public broadcasting. the president talks about a new american patriotism, but maybe the new american patriotism is giving the private money and as they already are doing of characters and products. i mean, you know, we took our kids to sesame street shows in the communities and neighborhoods where we bought tickets, and you can buy sesame street characters for the kids. use that -- lou: marketing for big board and sesame street. my goodness, who would have thought. thank you for being here. >> you bet. lou: more on the presidential rate here with the a-team. stay with us. obamacare unplugged and extraordinary woman sums up the president's signature achievement in a long entertaining, remarkably accurate sentence. >> for those of you who might not guess, i will not read every page here, but this is the short version of obamacare. it's like 1100 pages, and i'll tell ho
-- and i hope it is obvious -- that the united states government had absolutely nothing to do with this video. we absolutely reject its content and message. >> for "teen kids news," i'm lauren green, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> there's a saying that one way to double your money is to fold it in half and put it back in your pocket. but diyu reports on some students who used smart business sense and creativity to double their money for a very good cause. >> these new jersey teens have been getting ready for a special shopping expedition for months, all because one of them saw a tv show on extreme couponing. >> so i thought, that'd be a really great way to help the soup kitchen, is raise the money, and raise coupons and help them get more bang for their buck. >> collecting coupons was just the beginning. they stretched their buying power even further by reaching out to the y.s.a. -- youth service america. headquartered in washington, d.c., y.s.a. helps kids find financing. if you have a good idea for a public service project, y.s.a. can help you get what's called "gra
. >> does the united states government regard what happened in benghazi as an act of terror? >> again, i'm not going to put labels on this until we have a complete investigation. okay? i don't think we know enough. >> from my experience. former obama spokesman. >> first reports incredibly have information that information that may be misunderstood. >> they panicked. >> former white house chief of staff john sununu is senior advisor to mitt romney's campaign. >> this is purely political reaction in a white house that had prepared itself to establish a narrative of a president getting rid of the threat of terrorism using the death of bin laden to focus that and waking up one morning and finding out that terrorism on 9/11 of this year was back full-fledged killed a u.s. ambassador. >> i don't see a political agenda here. i see the fog of war. it's not about politics. it's about the difficult task of reconstructing what happened. >> september 18th. >> did the administration have any sort of heads up that violence was increasing in libya before the attack? >> i'm not aware of any. this is mat
. gave it to the united states government during world war ii. and, so he was, he had the, is one of the greatest collection of coins and stamps. so he really made a mark to himself. yeah? >> [inaudible]. one of the things that strikes me about the guilded age and the wealth were a lot of wealthy people who believed in give back to society, particularly someone like andrew carnegie. did she donate any of her money to public service >> she never did it publicly and dismissed that she had. her son shade there were plenty of people she gave to. she never wanted it known. she was hounded for her money. she was constantly getting letters beseeching her for money. yeah, so she tried to keep it as quiet as possible. there is no proof, there is no proof. because other people said it at the time, she had a very close friend whose name is ann leery who lived in the neighborhood her who was a great catholic philanthropist. she became a papal countess, i never knew about the title but that is how generous she was and i think she got hetty to give some money to the church. >> how hard was it t
on policy issues there and the united states government, and, you know, i can boil down policy recommendations to one thing, policy messages from the book favors incumbents less, economic incumbents favor incumbents less. pakistan had an era of dramatic growth. in the 196 # 0s, pakistan is carerra today. think about korea today, but in the 1960 #s, that was pakistan. people thought it would be a success. they were a huge ally of ours. you had open space, people rushing in to take advantage of a newly created country, a strange country, came over, partitioned, but that created economic opportunity. the problem was there was no act two. those families got control of the political apparatus. talk about the unstability, and there's not been enough instability, but behind the scenes, the economic structure dominated by the same small group of people, same thing in egypt, you know, mubarak left, but, you know, pakistan and egypt, different stories. the military in both country controls upwards of 40% of the economy directly, and the rest of it is a small group of elites so that's wha
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